Well based off of the title, you might ask whether I was able to finish five books in four days?The answer to that is Yes and No, because instead of reading all of the books that I listed, I read one out of the five and read three other ones instead. The reason for this … Continue reading Readathon of 2020-Was I able to finish the challenge?
So for Christmas this year, I actually found the entire Miss Peregrine's Home for Children Series and that has actually been on my wish list for a while now. And it got me thinking - what about the Goodreads challenge that I have? I went and had a look at it and turns out I … Continue reading Finishing 5 Books in Four Days..?
Name of the Books - Shadow and Bone, Siege and Storm & Name of the Author - Leigh Bardugo Series - Grisha Trilogy Genre - Fantasy, Young Adult Fiction Summary - Orphans Alina Starkov and Malyen Oretsev were raised together as kids and presently live as soldiers in a surveying unit. When their camp is … Continue reading Grisha Trilogy
We're back with another time log everyone. Now as far as I have seen, V.E. Schwab has got a lot of hype for her YA novels from a lot of bookworms, and hence I wanted to test that assertion by reading her latest novel that got released - the Invisible Life of Addie La Rue. … Continue reading The Invisible Life of Addie La Rue
*THIS BOOK WAS KINDLY SENT TO ME TO REVIEW BY MCMV BOOKSTORE. YOU CAN FIND THEM ON THEIR INSTAGRAM HANDLE - https://www.instagram.com/mcmvbookstore/* Name of the Book - A Voyage to Peace Author - Priyansh Ranjan Genre - Poetry Year of Publication - 2020 Summary and Review - This book is a collection of poems written … Continue reading A Voyage to Peace
*So, originally this book was a recommendation from @the_introverted_bibliophile on Instagram. A huge thanks to her for the recommendation! I loved it so much!!* Name of the Book - Storm and Silence Author - Robert Thier Series - (Storm and Silence #1) Genre - Historical Fiction Year of Publish - 2016 Summary - Freedom is … Continue reading Storm and Silence – Robert Thier
Name of the Book - A Good Girl's Guide To Murder Author - Holly Jackson Genre - Young Adult, Thriller, Mystery Year of Publication - 2019 Summary - Having grown in the same town, Pippa Fitz Amobi disagrees with the investigation statement that says high school girl Andie Bell was murdered by Sal Singh five … Continue reading A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder – Holly Jackson
So for this month, I read the following books: Little Fires Everywhere By Celeste NgSnow Like Ashes by Sarah RaaschA Good Girl's Guide to Murder by Holly JacksonFar from the Madding Crowd by Thomas Hardy I think that this TBR thing is kinda working but not fully working, and it's because of the books that … Continue reading July Wrap Up and August TBR
Thank you to Alyssa Cohen from https://readingreadingreading.com/ for posting this book tag, it inspired me to answer it as well!! How long have you been a blogger? Well, I've been blogging for three years, I made my first blog post on March 23, 2017. At first, I was pretty unsure as to how I should … Continue reading The Secret Life of a Book Blogger Tag
*Even though I said I'll try to do these logs 2 times a month, I've seen that I have made no progress on that front. I apologize for that, the reason was that I kinda got carried away when I started to read a book that I forget to keep a device beside me to … Continue reading Snow Like Ashes – Time Log